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" starts right now. >>> well, august is make or break month for health care in america. town halls are causing public uproar, confusion running rampant. our key business correspondent ali velshi touring the country on what else? the cnn express. joining us now from the missouri state fair. talk about getting the pulse of america, ali, what are you hearing? >> reporter: yeah. this is a fantastic place to do that. we've been driving from atlanta to des moines and we passed through georgia, kentucky, tennessee. illinois, missouri heading into kansas and iowa and we're talking to people usually in places smaller than would normally get media coverage about health care. in the beginning of the week as the debate was really heating up on tv with the town hall meetings we were trying to get a quieter discussion going. there was plenty of disagreement where we went. we ended up in one interesting place in paducah, kentucky, northwestern kentucky just on the illinois border and had a bit of a town hall meeting. one of the women was formerly a congressional candidate. she was a democratic ca
worthiy of the real discussion that america deserves one where we lower our voices listen to one another and talk with differences that really exist. >> now, a gop leader says there should be a bipartisan solution to reform and the republican radio and internet address, senator orrin hatch agreed that every citizen should have affordable and quality health care and adds americans should disagree respectfully. >> nearly 85% of americans have coverage. and they are really worried about what reform means for them, especially our seniors. and these concerns are moving from kitchen table conversations to town hall discussions. i am disappointed about the attempts to characterize the behavior of americans expressing their concerns as "un-american." although i vongly encourage the use of respectful debate in these town halls we should not be stifling these discussions. there is nothing un-american about disagreements. in fact, our great nation was founded on speak our minds. families are voicing their concerns because they feel like they are not being heard in washington and i'm here to tell yo
. the line goes dead. she hasn't been seen since. joining me now to talk about this, michelle with "america's most wanted." and criminologist, jack lef in. jonk bankhead is with us with the georgia bureau of investigation. and richard cornwell, cristi's brother. richard, do you have any idea what could have happened to your sister here? >> well, from the evidence that's been collected thus far remote road here that your sister had walked? sounded like walked many times. >> yes. there's only a handful of houses on this road. it's a very rural area. and she did -- she liked to walk down this particular road, leaving her parents' house. and she walked for exercise. tuesday night was when the abduction occurred on the country road. >> richard, what's your plea to whoever may have done this to your sister? >> we just plead that they would have mercy on her. and return her safely back to her family. and we just want to say that we need her. and she has a 15-year-old son that needs her very much. in his life. >> richard -- >> we just pray she will be returned safely. >> we'll pray right along with
. it was an effort to remind americans of the value of news gathering in america and a nod to the first amendment. we did so well there so we decided to take it where the action is. we have a brand new museum called a the museum on pennsylvania avenue. it's a -- it's a 45 word sign out front with the words of the first amendment 'em blazed there. we think it's healthy for them to read that says congress shall make no law. we're attempting to put it in neon. >> it is flashing? >> it's not a tribute to journalists. we had a blogger say i'm not going to set foot in that museum until they do an extra special to copy editors. it is not about you. it is a museum of history but a different kind that reports what happened over the last several centuries through the eyes of journalists. so you get contemporary coverage of the assassination of kennedy and arrival of the beatles and the civil war and fascinating >> exactly. what have the visitors reactions been for the first year? exciting. we see the full range of course. tremendous amount of school groups and a lot of tourists visiting washingt washingto was.
those people have a right to be heard, that they're not really representative of america in my opinion. we have to be careful here, not to let those town meetings dominate the scene that influence what we do on health policy. >> reporter: it looks like the obama administration may be ready to drop a key component of the health care proposal. that's a public insurance option. appearing on our sister network cnn this morning, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius said the option was not essential to the proposed plan. >> the president continues to believe that it's good to have consumer choice, let people choose an option in the new marketplace. >> he continues to be very supportive of some options for consumers. what we don't know is exactly what the senate finance committee is likely to come up. they've been more focused on a co-op, not for profit co-op as a competitor as opposed to a straight government-run program, and i think what's important is choice and competition. and i'm convinced at the end of the day, the plan will have both of those. >> now, some republicans
's the tradition of america. this country wasn't built just by griping and complaining. it was built by hard workers and taking risks. and that's what we have to do today. >> now, i have spoken to some owners of rv dealerships here and spoken to the local mayor and what they say is that things are actually getting better. they say that the stimulus has helped a bit. about $14 million already pumped in from the federal government to this area. and now 19% now dip down around 16%, so it has got analytal better but, obviously, far worse than the national average of 19.5% and that's why you have republicans back in washington saying the stimulus has helped on the margins, but has not provided the jolt to the economy that the president really promised, chuck. >> the rv industry so sensitive, gas prices, too, you have to imagine that. talk about health care. how is the president keeping the momentum for reform when congress is taking a month off? >> good question, we'll see a lot of him on the road, not just here in indiana, but a swing out west, as well. all about the president trying to recaptur
president himself made to middle class america. >> if you make under $250,000, you will not see your taxes increase by a single dime. not your income taxes, not your payroll taxes, not your capital gains tax. no taxes. >> the white house hasn't commented on whether president obama's officially changed his position on the no tax increases pledge, but i'm wondering how you're absorbing this new information here. should middle class americans be asked to pay more in taxes to reduce the national deficit? this, of course, even though during the campaign, president obama promised there would be no tax hikes for the middle class. i mean what are you willing to do? 1-877-tell-hln. or e-mail us, go to cnn.com/hln, click under your views, you can text us the word views, comments and name to hlntv. standard text rates do apply, by the way. this segment all about you and your thoughts, thank you for sharing them with us. >>> detroit auto make letters report their july sales today and analysts are expecting some pretty encouraging numbers here. edmunds.com predicts they will show sales jumped more than
and how reforms could affect you, check out the special health care in america website on cnn.com. you can get the very latest by going to cnn.com/health care. >>> the first steps in drew peterson's murder trial are getting underway. the judge said he's presuming the trial won't be moved, so he had hundreds of potential jurors fill out questionnaires. peterson says he'll do whatever it takes. >> if we can't pick a fair jury, then the government's job is to find a place where we can find an impartial jury. >> so far, no trial date has been set yet. peterson, you may recall, is the former police officer who was charged with murder in the death of his third and i wife and is a suspect in the disappearance of his fourth wife. >>> search crews will try again today to find a missing georgia woman. the woman vanished tuesday night while taking a walk along a north georgia road. searchers found her cell phone last night about three miles away. her boyfriend said he was on the phone with her and she mentioned a car pull up and then he heard screams. there are indications of a struggle. >>> tonight
. the neighborhood assistance corporation of america, or the naca, as it's called, is a federal subsidy program that helps homeowners who are going through a rough time, while borrowers can get loans restructured the same day and some can cut payments in half. they had to go through budget counseling. this event is taking place at the georgia world conference center. >>> accident in the miami area. 18-wheeler took a turn too fast, crashed on its side, on the side of the freeway. a lot of emergency vehicles and fire trucks are still on the scene. you see a fire truck there and all the emergency personnel that have convened. the driver was trapped inside apparently for a while, but he has been rescued, we've learned, and he does suffer from minor injuries, apparently. >>> canada city fire crews are cleaning up a noxious chemical. they're not sure how it got out but there are no injuries reported thus far. the chemical can burn skin, eyes, the lungs. it's known as one of the most hazardous substances used in agriculture. >>> now, can you imagine being stuck for hours in a roller coaster 80 feet hi
in america, please give max baucus a big round of applause. >> reporter: in private, top presidential advisers acknowledge the fight has reached a critical stage because the opposition has gained some steam. capitalizing on anger over federal bailouts and debt at many congressional town hall meetings. >> -- the government has these powers to take over health care? >> reporter: by comparison the president's town hall here was pretty tame, though he did get one pointed question that reflected the strong opposition he's facing. >> we keep getting the bull, that's all we get is bull. you can't tell us how you're going to pay for it. the only way you're going to get that money is to raise our taxes. you said you wouldn't. >> look, you are absolutely right that i can't cover another 46 million people for free. >> reporter: but the president did not shrink from the challenge. and vowed again he will not raise taxes on the middle class to pay for the difference. >> when i was campaigning, i made a promise that i would not raise your taxes if you made $250,000 a year or less. that's what i sai
on his campaign promise of giving america a different face overseas. >> reporter: and to than point, the white house believes the president's speech in cairo had a major impact in the muslim world but they admit there's still a lot of work to be done. dan lott yaen, cnn, the white house. >>> pretty powerful stuff. did you see and hear that? well, a florida man was videotaping an incoming storm thursday when that happened, a bolt of lightning struck right next door. everyone was fine but if you can imagine, the guy taping it said it gave him a good scare. >>> we've been talking about the wild weather in and around boston but is there a chance for more severe weather today? august 1st. that's the question we go to meteorologist reynolds wolf. hi, reynolds. >> there will be a chance of severe weather donl think in boston today but one of our two big weather stories, the chance of severe weather and unseasonably warm temperatures in parts of the pacific northwest starting with the rough weather first. parts of the central plains you'll see a frontal boundary extending from kansas city s
, africa, latin america and the caribbean. listen to this, the skyrocketing world population is affecting the environment, apparently. statisticians at oregon state university said the carbon footprint of extra children is seven times higher than other unfriendly environmental practices like recycling, using high energy appliances. that led to scientists calling to save the plant by having fewer children. so when you hear that, what's the first thing that goes through your mind? we'd love to hear from you. do you think people should have to reduce the carbon footprint? call us or e-mail or tenth the word views, your comments and name to hln tv. standard text rates apply and we'd love to hear from you. thank you so much. >>> we're learning more about a mig michael jackson tribute. this is a massive undertaking involving top artists. what we know about when it's going to happen and surprisingly why it's being staged in austria. live around the world. backdrop now. austrian media reports artists could include madonna, youtube, lionel richie, whitney houston. why the hassle? jermaine says a l
took responsibility. >>> also, a young mom like millions of moms across america goes out for an evening walk on a country road not far from her own home talking away on a cell phone. the boyfriend on the other end hears screaming "please don't take me." her voice never heard again. she vanishes without a trace. that cell phone discarded on someone's lawn two miles away. as we go to air, the ground search expands. u.s. marshals and cadaver dogs hone in after an anonymous tip. more private video of missing mom released. we have the video. tonight, where is kristi cornwell? >> our thoughts and prayers are with kristi cornwell and her family. the mom of a 15-year-old was abducted. the last tips, the tips were called into the show "america's most wanted" saying she had been taken to a rural area in cleveland. cleveland county in north carolina. >> detectives are searching about 200 miles away from blairsville, georgia, in an area in the kings mountain area of north carolina. authorities say an anonymous caller was vague but gave them an address where cornwell can allegedly be found. >> i thi
in america that commit adultery and fire for them for that. ask you a lot of people in the unemployment line. i have to disagree with you about it being a bad role modal for the students. i think it's a good thing because the students are going to look at him and see that, yeah, he made a mistake, but he went on national tv, he admitted the fact that he made a mistake and the university is sticking behind him versus some of these sports bars that are going out and saying they never did anything -- >> we want to hear from you 1-877-tell-hln is the number. how far can you see? at pnc, taking the long view is how we help you take the right path. even to change it when conditions demand. keeping you on the road to achieving your goals.
smith. it should really remind you of the problems in many homes across america. how many americans keep takie i valium and other sedative long after the ache goes away? this is an extraordinary crisis in america. millions who have trouble sleeping or functioning in some way think popping a pill is the first and only solution. america is self-medicating. and there are many addicts hooked on prescription meds. michael jackson's inability to sleep should be a wake-up call to all of us. >> don't put that camera in my [ bleep ] face! get off my porch! [ bleep ]. think i'm playing with you? >> this is what happened. a florida news crew tried to ask a grandmother if her 15-year-old granddaughter was working at a strip club, and well, she went off. police say the girl and another 17-year-old girl worked there for months. they claimed to be 18 and were not dancers but worked in swimsuits and weren't topless. >>> a woman in nebraska owes her life to an online card game. she was playing the game one sleepless night when the chimney of her home collapsed on top of her. the 70-year-old woman could n
. scientists fear latin america may run out of water because of similar glacier melts in the region and leave millions of people in a desperate bind. later wars in the region may not be over territory but water. >>> imagine going to see a senator or congressman speak and see this. shouting matches are erupting in town hall meetings around the country. >>> it looks like democrats trying to sell president obama's health care bill have their work cut out for them. protesters are voicing their opposition to the plan. hundreds of people gathered here in a meeting in memphis hosted by congressman steve cohen. it wasn't long before opponents began interrupting him with complaints. hecklers have interrupted similar meetings across the country. republicans say the demonstrations are in line with polls showing a lack of support for governor-run health care. the democrats are worried that the outbursts could lead to violence. >> it harms the country. there are people who want to believe anything bad about this bill. it makes a small minority of people angrier and incites violence. >> to demonize citizen
from america. which makes us happy to see such a thing. >> there's no paycheck. it's not really safe here, but this is a once in a lifetime opportunity, knowing that you've done something for someone, that nobody else had done before. i made a difference in the life of these families. definitely the sacrifice has been worth it. >>> we can't think of a time when the president invited a few people over for a beer, and gained so much attention. that's what happened yesterday at the white house. president obama hosted harvard professor henry louis gates, the officer also who had arrested him earlier this month, sergeant james crowley. vice president biden in as well. the president called the meeting a friendly conversation. we'll let richelle carey pick it up from there, "prime news" correspondent, taking a closer look at that in the "what matters" segment. >> the president said he wanted to calm the racial issues since professor gates was arrested on july 16th. of course, you remember gates was arrested after a neighbor calling 911 about a possible break-in at his home. yesterday there
freely on their own out of marriage and services available. 1200 women in america die every year at the hands of an intimate lover. >> wendy, don, russell, we appreciate it. coming up this story. a pastor helping out a runway teen. she's afraid for her life. does not want to go back to her muslim family and says she might get killed for converting to christianity in an honor killing. we'll take your calls at 1-877-tell-hln. >>> well, can you really force a teenage girl to return home when she's scared of being the victim of an honor killing? 17-year-old rifqa bary from columbus, ohio, says she ran away from her family out of fear and says her muslim father threatened to kill her for converting to christianity but her dad says that is not true and says the family loves her and want her back home. rifqa talked to a reporterer about three weeks after she arrived in florida. >> because i'm now a christian from a muslim background. it's an honor. they love god more than me, they have to do this. i'm fighting for my life. you guys don't understand. you don't understand! >> what did you
>>> breaking news tonight, a young mom, just like millions of moms across america, goes out for an evening walk, on a rural roadway, not far from her home. talking on the cell phone, a friend on the other end, hears screams, and the young mom screaming, please, don't take me, her voice has not been heard again. she has vanished without a trace. that phone later found discarded, thrown into someone's lawn two miles way, tonight, where is kristi cornwell? >> along a country road, a single mom kidnapped taking a stroll. her cell phone was found more than three miles from where she was taken. >> a prperty owner mowing the grass near the road, spotted the cell phone, picked it up, turned it on, recognized immediately it belonged to kristi. >> it would have forensic evidence. >> they're going to look for strangers. on a statistical basis, it's more likely she was kidnapped by a client, a neighbor, a friend, somebody that knew her. >> the words she used, the fact she was on a cell phone, someone did it any way. the location is not a location where somebody would be looking for a ra
a mistake, he committed adultery but if you take man and woman out in america and committed adultery and fire them for that, you're going to have a lot of people on the unemployment line. my second comment is, i have to destroy with you about it being a bad role model for the students. i actually think it's a good thing because the students are going to look at him and they're going to see that, yeah, he made a mistake but went on national tv, admitted the fact that he made a mistake and the university is sticking behind him versus some of the these sports stars going out and saying they never did anything when actually they cut -- >> want to hear from you, 1-877 >>> welcome back to "prime news" on hln. continuing the conversation. what should louisville do about the coach rick pitino. we had a phone call from shannon saying, if every person who committed an affair was booted we'd have a lot of people on the unemployment line. teach basketball players how to be men, teach integrity, failure, he failed in that and i say he should go. let's see what rosemarie says in mississippi. rosem
adultery, but if you take every man and woman out of america that commit adultery and fire them for that, you're going to have a lot of people on the unemployment line. and my second comment is i have to disagree with you about -- about it being a bad role mold for the students. i actually think it's a good thing because the students are going to look at him and they are going to see, yeah, he made a mistake, but he went on national tv. he admitted the fact that he made a mistake and the university is sticking behind him versus some of these sports stars that are going out and saying they never did anything when -- >> we want to hear from you. swroirks welcome back to "prime news" on hln. what should the university of louisville do about coach pitino? sticking behind him. shannon said if everybody who committed an affair there would be a lot of people on the unemployment line. to that i would say that. part of rick pitino's job is teach integrity, character, well, he failed in that so i say he should go. let's see what rosemary says in mississippi. rosemary, what do you think? >> caller:
of news gathering in america and a nod to the first amendment. we did so well there so we decided to take it where the action is. we have a brand new museum called a the museum on pennsylvania avenue. it's a -- it's a 45 word sign out front with the words of the first amendment 'em blazed there. we think it's healthy for them to read that says congress shall make no law. we're attempting to put it in neon. >> it is flashing? >> it's not a tribute to journalists. we had a blogger say i'm not going to set foot in that museum until they do an extra special to copy editors. it is not about you. it is a museum of history but a different kind that reports what happened over the last several centuries through the eyes of journalists. so you get contemporary coverage of the assassination of kennedy and arrival of the beatles and the civil war and fascinating >> exactly. what have the visitors reactions been for the first year? exciting. we see the full range of course. tremendous amount of school groups and a lot of tourists visiting washingt washingto was. we bill ourselves as the world's most i
a little healthier again and in the process deal with preserving america's wealth rather than squandering it as we're doing now in this exponential curve of medical health care costs that the public doesn't realize understandably that we provide about 50% of the health care already, some indirectly by the federal government, medicare and medicaid and, i mean, there's a gigantic component here for financial solvency for the united states. >> the money will become available on october 1st which is the beginning of the new federal fiscal year, of course. >>> and president obama is taking his health care push to conservative-leaning radio listeners today. in with b an hour he'll be talking to philadelphia radio host michael mcconish. the show will be broadcast in fact from the white house. he's generally seen as a conservative, but he did support obama last year and is an abortion rights supporter. later in the afternoon president obama will hold a conference call and an online address to help promote his health care plan. >>> congress meanwhile still on vacation but law enforcement trying to
opportunity. in children who know education's promise, and in all who can pursue their dream in an america that is more equal and more just. including myself. the kennedy name is synonymous with the democratic party. at times ted was the target of partisan campaign attacks. in the united states senate i can think of no one who engendered greater respect from both sides of the aisle. >> the third longest serving senator in u.s. history. he will be buried at arlington national cemetery in section 45, just steps for the grave sites of his brothers. we're going to be remembering ted kennedy all day. we have more reaction from world leaders, senate colleagues. we also have a commission to bring you the other news of the day. we're going to begin that right now. here's some of the other news. in florida, an appeals court is considering the state's ban on gays and lesbians adopting children. the state is appealing a miami-dade judge's 2000 ruling that the ban is unconstitutional. martin and his partner have adopted two brothers they began taking care of as foster parents in 2004. although state l
of the toyotas and hondas being bought are made in america by u.s. auto workers. in tennessee, alabama, mississippi. >> wheels within wheels. >> yes. >> they are. the companies themselves are obviously not in this country, japanese but -- >> they're making the cars right here. >> what's next? after cash for clunkers do we get a new program to take its place? >> a great question. we just got $2 billion more for the program. so, we have $3 billion. i think we need to get $1 billion more this coming fall maybe september/october. but a million cars taken off the road and a million families put in a new, more efficient car now having less of a gas bill every single year. >> you've been taking about something called fee-based. a tax on people who actually buy gas guzzlers. now we're not just incenting people to buy fuel efficient cars but actually penalizing people who don't. >> looking forward how do we continue to fund this thing? cash for clunkers costs a lot of money, $4 billion in this case. so we want to look for a revenue neutral way of doing that so the u.s. taxpayer doesn't have to
across our country. america. our beautiful america. this is happening right under our noses. these are little girls. many of them teenagers. we're taking your calls live. >>> right now, the verdict is in. tonight's winner of the show's number one fan contest for tonight is austin, texas, friend of the show, april swain. she says she's our number one fan because not only does she never miss a show. her 6-year-old little girl says when she wants to grow up she wants to be a crime fighter. there's a fan that never misses the show. the canine viewers. their new puppy is named grace. how can you say no to this puppy? hello? a dog picture. april, congratulations. you get that new book out today. "eleventh victim." i want to thank you, friend. thank you so much. they said it would never last. but it's been two months, and you're still going strong. glade lasting impressions. two fragrances alternate to keep things... fresh and exciting day after day. - and not just for 30 days. - ( inhales deeply, sighs ) but for 60. it's the longest-lasting plugins ever. get freshness that won't f
to enter the united states of america, and poof, you are there. it is as easy as that, or heck, if you want to walk across the beach and you can row a boat across the water and get, there and it is interesting, because you remember back in june of 2009 this year, we just implemented all of the strict enforcement regulations, the enhanced driver's license, and everything to beef up security across this international divide, and yet, there is not even a chain-link fence here to stop anybody from entering and not to say that a chain-link fence is going to do it, but just to say that there is no physical barriebarrier. this cone is it. there is nothing to delineate where canada starts and the u.s. ends. >> well, everybody is on the honor system, including accused killer ryan alexander who police say ripped the teeth out of this woman's head and removed and i assumed cut off fingers so that she could not be identified. folded her body up in a suitcase, and threw her in a communal dumpster. okay. back to you, caroline, explain to me, he leads the u.s. coast guard on a high-speed chase. we know th
miles was telling us, there's thousands of similar case across our country. america. our beautiful america. this is happening right under our noses. these are little girls. many of them teenagers. we're taking your calls live. right now, the verdict is in. tonight's winner of the show's number one fan contest for tonight, is austin, texas, friend of the show, april swain. she says she's our number one fan, because she not only misses the show. her little girl says when she grows up, she wants to be a crime-fighter. there's a fan that never misses the show. the canine viewers. this puppy is named grace. how can you say no to this puppy? hello? a dog picture. april, congratulations. you get that new book out today. i want to thank you, friend. thank you so much. >>> a 13-year-old wisconsin girl is charged with murder, after police say she stabbed a relative in the neck, because he allegedly spilled out the milk she wanted for her cereal. a relative told the police, the victim, robert moon, sarcastically told the teen, she could have the rest of the milk, after he poured a glass for t
, and there are a lot of states in towns across america that are in this kind of a fix. with so many people out of work, they just don't owe the same amount of taxes. the government can't bring in the same amount. they're looking to cut however they can, but, you know, what happens when you start to lose some basic services? we'll watch those kinds of things very closely. makes a big difference when you can't count on safety. a lot of economists believe you can't have a flourishing economy if you don't have security in place. >>> even a small fender bender can be a big hit to your wallet depending on the kind of car you drive. the insurance institutes tested bumps at low speeds. they're looking at how did the bumper do in these small low crashes. maybe you're texting, not paying attention. >> three miles per hour or six miles per hour, right? >> exactly. this time they looked at mid-sized cars. sometimes've own a little bump like that, $3,000 in damages. that was for a 2009 pontiac g-6. some did not get good ratings. some god good. nissan maxima, chevy mall i but graded poor. >> the moral of the story
man and woman out in america that committed adultery and fire them for that, you're going to have a lot of people on the unemployment line. and my second comment is i have to disagree with you about not -- about it being a bad role model for the students. i actually think it's a good thing because the students are going to look at him and they're going to see that yeah, he made a mistake but he went on national tv, he admitted the fact that he made a mistake -- >> okay. >> -- and the university is sticking behind him. versus some of these sports stars that are going out and saying that they never did anything when the actual -- >> there's shannon's thoughts. want to hear from you. 1-877-tell-hln's the number. cnn, headlines news, or msnbc are locked on your favorites? if they are i've got the gift for you. i'm gonna richardson and my next guest is ken pullson. a pleasure to have you here. >> good to be with you >> what is the museum. most people know. >> sometimes there you an a museum in articling ton, virginia called the museum. it was an effort to remind americans of the value
millions of moms across america, goes out for an evening walk, on a rural roadway, not far from her home. talking away on her cell phone, a friend on the other end. the friend on the other end hears screams. and also the young mom screaming, please, don't take me. her voice has never been heard again. she has vanished without a trace. that cell phone later found discarded, thrown into someone's lawn just two miles away. tonight, where is kristi cornwell? >> along a country road, a single mom kidnapped taking a nightly stroll. new today, her cell phone has been found, more than three miles from where she was taken. >> a property owner mowing his grass right near the road spotted the cell phone. he picked it up, turned it on, and recognized immediately that it belonged to christy. >> it would have forensic evidence. it would have had fingerprint evidence. they may be able to recognize a voice. >> they're going to look for strangers. on a statistical basis, it's much more likely that she was kidnapped by a client, a neighbor, a friend, somebody who knew her. >> the words that she used, the
the protesters are not necessarily representative of america, but they should be heard. the gop has said that a lot of americans are very skeptical about the cost and the scope of the health care reform overhaul. >>> a florida jury awarded a man nearly $2 million in damages for the death of his wife. she was a two-pack-a-day smoker for about 50 years. the jury found her cigarette maker philip morris partly responsible for the lung cancer that killed her. the attorney said it should be marked by a case on appeal. >>> check out this video. the car is a wreck. but the two women trapped inside are oklahoma thanks to a daring rescue. the car fell about 30 feet over a cliff in missouri but rescuers say it could have fallen 200 feet if it had not been for a three-inch thick tree. well, the woman who was driving hit the gas instead of the brake. >> i was praying, yeah. i was. i think that's why we came out okay because they got us out safely. i heard sirens. i knew they'd rescue us. >> it took more than two hours to rescue the women. it happened at the same spot where crews practiced for that ki
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the fact that is happened in canada and not in america. megan says i think you're trying to manipulate me. that is a key sign for abusers. the fact that she ozable to pick it up and the producers weren't, well, that's -- that's leading for a lawsuit for them. >> peter, you got any comment on that? >> yeah. well, you know, there's things people can point to and say that's circumstantial evidence. let's see some hard evidence. let's have the government put its money where its mouth is before we start convicting this person of murder. >> randy? >> well, first thing we've got to do is catch him. i don't know why everyone is getting upset with the tv show. the tv show may be the best way we're going to catch him. he's well-known. you can hide for a while, but even eric rudolph who hid in the mountains for years was caught. he's going to be caught, especially in this day and age. he will be caught. the question is how does he turn himself in or how does he make his first appearance? that's what it comes down to in my opinion. >> all right. we do have a statement. because it is important to note
anything that nationalizes health insurance -- or health care in america. i won't do anything that will allow government bureaucrats to get between you and your doctor. >> senator grassley, please give my teleprompter here. i have heard your recent rhetoric that we all want the same thing, health care reform. i disagree on every level. we have to stop giving ground. the government isn't the answer. it's the cancer. >> none would provide coverage to illegal immigrants but that subject keeps coming up in a lot of town hall meetings. >> illegal alans will not be in this bill. we're going to take a look at it and you're welcome to as well. >>> look at this fire. it is forcing hundreds of fam y families out of their homes this morning. it broke out last night near the santa cruz mountains in california. fires tripled to about 1200 acres. they don't know what started it or when they're going to get it under control. >>> all right. louisville basketball coach rick pitino con fenced to having an affair. >> that's rye. he said, yes, he did, in fact, have a, quote, indiscretion six yea
for president. >> i have come here tonight to stand with you to change america, to restore its future, to rise to our best ideals, and to elect barack obama president of the united states. >> kennedy became the patriarch of the family. including his children uncle teddy was a father figure to many of his nieces and nephews. in 1996 hoe walked his brother's daughter carolyn kennedy down the aisle. he could not attend the funeral of his sister eunice earlier this month because of his own problems. he was the third longest serving senator in u.s. history. he took over his brother john's seat in 1962. we're going to be remembering him all morning. because we're hln we're also covering other news of the day. let me step into that for a while. >>> a teen accused of bringing pipe bombs to the school is being charged today. they think he was targeting faculty he believe had wronged him. two bombs went off but there was no serious damage or injuries. a teacher described how he stopped the teen. >> he's running toward people instead of toward safety, so that kind of made me a little bit kind of leery ab
's "good morning america." she still cling to hope. let's listen. >> i want them to know that we love her very much and we need her back. her son needs his mother. back. and i need my baby back, we all need her back. and we believe we're going to get her back. >> our thoughts and prayers are with the family, grieving mom, no doubt a grieving 15-year-old son in the midst of this. we'll take your calls, the number 1-877-tell-hln. let's get the latest from jank bankhead, director of public affairs with the georgia bureau of investigation. john, good to have you back. let's talk about the cell phone, john. where was it found? >> it was a property owner who was mowing his grass right near the road and spotted the cell phone. one of the sons had lost one, they thought it was theirs. they picked it up and turned it on and recognized immediately that it belonged to kristi and called the sheriff. he came out and verified it was her cell phone. >> and where was it found in relation to where she was last seen, where we believe she was taken, john? >> well, the abduction site was on jones creek road
with leaders on issues impacting south america. clean energy and the economic crisis are also top priorities. all three countries have strong economic ties to the north american free trade agreement. canada and mexico says 80% of their exports to the u.s. . a militant commander in the afghanistan says the taliban is waiting for a u.s. response before deciding on the fate of a captured u.s. soldier. this is the first public comment about 23-year-old barack obama bergdahl since he was seen last month of the taliban leader made a request for a return. he wouldn't elaborate. a military spokeswoman refused to comment saying they wouldn't do anything to compromise efforts to recover him. >>> a strong earthquake shook japan earlier today. authorities say there was a 6.9 magnitude quake that jolted tokyo and surrounding areas in eastern japan. a u.s. geological logged it at 7.$1.people who felt it in tokyo said it rattled walls and furniture. so far no reports of injuries or damage. >>> people in parts of minneapolis are cleaning up after getting slammed by powerful thunderstorm. they uprooted trees
"good morning america" he isn't the biological father to the best of his knowledge anyway. kind of left that one open. what is going on here? why would he think he could have a say in the kids' lives? 1-877-tell-hln is the number. joining us to talk about it, russell wettenson, legal analyst and he was in the courtroom also with us jennifer smetders an attorney who specializes in family law and stacy kaiser psychotherapist. call in 1-877-tell-hln. all right, russell. we get the curveball, huh? lawyers for dr. klein show up. what happened here? >> yeah, this was definitely a bit of a curveball. there's been a lot of speculation about this for quite awhile. mark vincent kaplan hon represented kevin federline showed up to court and tells the judge that his client wants some role in the kids' lives. the reasoning he says is that he had a long-standing commitment to michael jackson as michael's request. the judge quickly chimed in and said what is your standing, and his lawyer said, he is not the presumed parent and then asked for a sidebar. so this was definitely a bit of a dramatic moment.
right now. this is at the california's great america theme park in santa clara. there you see, fire department using cherry pickers to get people out of there. what we have, 32 people stuck midair on this roller coaster called invertigo. they are dangling there. there are no injuries, but they are dangling there, 50 stories up. in the back of your mind, you're hoping it never happens. roller coaster stuck, midair, thankfully, nobody hurt. but quite a scare for these people. 32 people up 50 feet in the air. we'll keep you posted. looks like things are going well as they get those folks off that ride. wow. >>> now this. miley cyrus, she's a huge role model to a lot of young girls out there. she's dancing with a pole. are you kidding me? she's 16. in a pair of short shorts. this is going to be on the teen choice awards. take a look for yourself. judge what you're seeing here. i want to hear from you on this one. this is part of this -- a new song she's debuting. it's called "party in the usa." there she goes, straddling the pole, not much there, a pair of short shorts, daisy dukes. i'm
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